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    10-24-2012, 03:52 PM
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Foal
Gusse how much i payed for my horse!

Ok so one of my friends wanted me to post this and see how much yall think I pay for my horse.He is now 8 ,15'2 and well also has one eye Lol! He is sweet as can be.He know some dressage leg yeilds,flying lead changes ect ect.He LOVE to jump ( yep even with out his eye he can jump!) He has been show and has never placed below 1st! He can be rode in a halter and bareback or with tack.He is just about kid safe.My 8 year old sister can ride him. He is a GREAT trail horse.He will go by myself and is fine but of course loves his buddys. So here is a link to a vido.This was in about a year ago and no I do know onw the vido.I am also not the rider.

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Here is pic of him showing in halter at the age of 2.

LH Just Spannk Me - Horse Show Photography -- Pics Of You Archive -- Event and Farm Shoots in Virginia, North Carolina, Florida and surrounding areas
I do not onw this either but my laptop crash and I lost all my pic
Also if ya want critic him!
     
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    10-24-2012, 04:48 PM
  #2
Trained
There would be no way to guess. A horse like him could go anywhere from $1500 to $5000 depending where you are in the country.
He sure looks handsome though!
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    10-24-2012, 04:58 PM
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Showing
What happened that he lost an eye? I don't see him only having one eye in his 2 y/o pictures.

As far as guessing how much you paid for him, that's not really something you should be asking people. I suppose since you're wanting people to guess, you probably got him for free.

Looks like he's a well bred Arabian, but if he's lost an eye he's pretty useless for upper level breed shows.
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    10-24-2012, 05:08 PM
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What happened that he lost an eye? I don't see him only having one eye in his 2 y/o pictures.

As far as guessing how much you paid for him, that's not really something you should be asking people. I suppose since you're wanting people to guess, you probably got him for free.

Looks like he's a well bred Arabian, but if he's lost an eye he's pretty useless for upper level breed shows.
I was told he lost it in a cross tie accidents at the age of 6 so no in the pic of him at 2 he still had both eyes.My friend wanted me to ask some people to see if her gusse was "about right'lol she's crazy.And he was goning to be a show horse till he lost his eye.
     
    10-24-2012, 05:10 PM
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There would be no way to guess. A horse like him could go anywhere from $1500 to $5000 depending where you are in the country.
He sure looks handsome though!
Thank you! He knows he is too! Lol I love him even without his eye =)
     
    10-24-2012, 05:12 PM
  #6
Showing
He's a nice looking boy, and as long as he'll do everything you want there's no problem with him only having one eye.

If you love him it doesn't matter what he looks like, if he's missing any body parts, or what he can or can't do. He's perfect just the way he is.
     
    10-24-2012, 05:19 PM
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He's a nice looking boy, and as long as he'll do everything you want there's no problem with him only having one eye.

If you love him it doesn't matter what he looks like, if he's missing any body parts, or what he can or can't do. He's perfect just the way he is.

Thank you! I would not trade him for the world! He is one of the most willing horse I have ever rode.He trys so hard to do what I ask and that is all I ask is him to try.What you said was very sweet! I have had people make the most rude comments about me have a one eyed horse and what you said made my day.
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    10-24-2012, 05:30 PM
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Showing
You're very welcome.

I've known more than one 'imperfect' horse in my time, but that was just their outward appearance. They were all beautiful in their own way, and especially so since they were very much loved.

Ignore what ignorant people say. He's yours and you love him. Those are the only things that matter!
     
    10-24-2012, 05:35 PM
  #9
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Originally Posted by Speed Racer    

Ignore what ignorant people say. He's yours and you love him. Those are the only things that matter!
YES and yes again, we and our animals are all unique and special and it is our imperfections that make us so, in a world of perfectly formed people and animals we would all be so bored with everyone.
     
    10-24-2012, 05:38 PM
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You're very welcome.

I've known more than one 'imperfect' horse in my time, but that was just their outward appearance. They were all beautiful in their own way, and especially so since they were very much loved.

Ignore what ignorant people say. He's yours and you love him. Those are the only things that matter!
I all ways end up with the " rejects" I have a eyed horse,a tail less dog and I three legd cat! I have a soft spot for the ones nobody wants.And yes he is very love.It is kinda hard to hear someone trash talking your horse but its ok because I just tell them its contagious omg they look I get then! I know that mean but it shuts them up lol
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